There are many trekking options for an individual in Nepal. However, the suitability of the trekking journey depends upon the endurance capacity of that particular individual. Mother Nature is always so elegant and exquisite. Everyone has a dream to dissolve in the lust of this elegance. However, not everyone is capable of relishing all of it. There are many hurdles that act as an obstacle in between the dream and reality. Based on the requirement of endurance capacity, strength, patience and technique, we have classified trekking trips in Nepal as follows:
- Easy trek
Easy treks are those treks in which elevation gain doesn’t exceed 4000 meters and the walking hours per day is not more than seven hours a day. If you can walk for a few hours and endure a bit of cold, this type of trek can be easily completed by you.
- Demanding trek
Demanding treks are those treks in which elevation gain rises over 5000 meters. The trekker will have to walk in the very unleveled path up and down for around seven to eight hours and for a few more days. You have to be physically fit, should be able to walk for hours, endure cold atmosphere and a bit of body pain. Your body should be able to adapt to the altitude gain.
- Very Strenuous trek
Very strenuous trek are those treks that rise over an elevation of 6000 meters. It is highly difficult and requires patience and high endurance capacity. Your body should be very fit in terms of walking, climbing, coping with altitudinal gain and resisting the cold temperature. You must be technically experienced with climbing and safety measures.
Based on your capacity and choice, you can pick any one of the many options that you have for trekking in the different region of Nepal.